Kids Holiday Activity: Salt Dough Ornaments

Salt dough ornaments are one of the easiest recipes that you and your kitchen helper(s) can make together, plus you are rewarded with a keepsake to enjoy for years to come. They will love pouring and mixing the flour, salt and water to form the dough. They can pick out their favorite cookie cutters andContinue reading “Kids Holiday Activity: Salt Dough Ornaments”

4 Connecticut Food Destinations To Visit This Summer With Your Kids

Summer is right around the corner and it’s time to hit the road and visit some Connecticut food destinations that are great for your kids. My kitchen helper and I have been visiting many of these locations for years and they have become annual traditions. Pack sunscreen, a picnic blanket, water and snacks for theContinue reading “4 Connecticut Food Destinations To Visit This Summer With Your Kids”

How To Grow Vegetables With Your Kids: Part 2

My beginner vegetable garden adventure continues with part 2, which covers transplanting my strongest seedlings into larger pot and deeper soil. Making it to this stage is already a success compared to last years challenges with our carrots so and my kitchen helper and I are very hopeful that our tomato seedlings will prosper. DuringContinue reading “How To Grow Vegetables With Your Kids: Part 2”

How To Grow Vegetables With Your Kids: Part 1

My kitchen helper was recently learning about gardening in pre-school and was really interested in making his own garden. Directly after picking him up from school we traveled to a local garden center to see what was available. Last year we tried to grow carrots, however that did not yield a harvest. I purchased bagsContinue reading “How To Grow Vegetables With Your Kids: Part 1”